CabaretFest 2019 is again proud to bring top performers to Provincetown, from Boston, Chicago, Palm Springs, Florida, Kansas City, St Louis, Hollywood and New York City
NICOLAS KING started performing at the age of 4, moving on, by the age
of 12, had performed in 3 Broadway
productions ("Beauty & The Beast", 'A
Thousand Clowns" with Tom Selleck, and
Carol Burnett's "Hollywood Arms" directed
by Hal Prince). There followed many national
TV commercials, including his award
winning 'Oscar Mayer Lunchables'
commercial. King’s many TV talk shows
included "The View", "The Today Show",
"Sally Jesse Raphael", "Liza & David", and
twice on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno
Releasing his latest album, "On Another
Note", with jazz icon Mike Renzi, he
performed on the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon
live in Las Vegas, the Mabel Mercer
Foundation's "Cabaret Convention" (both for
8 years), and originated the voice of "Oscar"
on Discovery Kids' "Kenny The Shark".
King is the recipient of the 1995 and 1996 Talent America Award, 2010 Julie
Wilson Award, 2015 AMG Award for Artist of the Year, and New York's coveted
Bistro Award in 2012 for 'Outstanding Performer of the Year'. Aside from
performing alongside artists as Andrea McArdle, Jack Jones, Lainie Kazan,
Jennifer Holliday, Debby Boone, and Linda Lavin, performed alongside and
toured the country with his mentor the legendary Liza Minnelli, from the age of
eleven, as her opening act from, 2002-2012.
King has performed on many iconic stages including concerts and appearances
at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Birdland, 54 Below, Chicago Shakespeare
Theater, and the Royal Room at the Colony Hotel in Palm Beach, FL
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CabaretFest 2019 Show Performers
Performers: Nicolas King, Patricia Fitzpatrick, John O'Neil, Warren Schein, Sharon McNight, Brian De Lorenzo, Jeff Macauley, Marieanne Meringolo, Michael Gurin & Mardie Millet, Rich White and John DeMarco
Guest Performers: Carol O'Shaughenessy, Jeffery Wright,
Musical Directors: Brian Patton, Tom LaMark,
MCs: Patricia Fitzpatrick, John O'Neil, Warren Schein.
Patricia Fitzpatrick, Cape Cod
Fitzpatrick performs her original, ‘Memories of the Playboy
Club’, at the White Wind Inn, Saturday June 1, 2-3 PM.
The show is a Private Event open to only VIP PLUS
pass holders, Performers Pass holders and festival
Fitzpatrick’s shows are always standing room only.
Musical Director, Boston's own, Brian Patton will
Fitzpatrick has performed at Don’t Tell Mama
NYC, The Metropolitan Room, The Iguana in
NYC, Club Café, Top of the Pru (Boston), Germano's
Cafe, Baltimore, the legendary Ronnie Scott’s Jazz
Club in London, Sugar Ridge Resort in Antigua with
Bobby Wetherbee, Chicago’s Davenports and the legendary Detroit Playboy Club.
Her original show,“Cougars on the Prowl”, with Dana Lorge and Helena Grenot
was nominated for the prestigious MAC Award in 2011. Her latest show "The 1940's
Radio Show" debuted at CabaretFest 2017 and recently returned to Don't Tell Mama this past February.
Fitzpatrick is proud that Ambassador Productions has brought CabaretFest 2019 back to Provincetown. She wishes to thank the many sponsors that make the festival possible, Fr. Jeff Hamblin, M.D., WOMR Radio, White Wind Inn, Anchor Inn, The Red Barn, Bay State Cruise Lines and many more, not forgetting the enthusiastic volunteers that make the festival possible.
Returning for his forth season Warren is back by popular demand as one of our featured performers. Warren Schein has been entertaining audiences for more than three decades. He has played leading roles in many stock and off-Broadway productions, and has toured the cabaret and condo circuit both in the Tristate area and Florida. Schein will perform his one-man show, 'A Tribute to Perry Como' on Saturday, June 1st. Special guest star Carol O'Shaughnessy, Musical Director Tom LaMark. He was a regular each month in the "Dana Lorge Variety Show" at the Metropolitan Room and recently sold-out two theatrical performances at the Theatre at Kings Point" and at the "Villages of Oriole"
Warren Schein sings A Tribute to Perry Como' at The Provincetown Art House Theater.
in Delray Beach, Florida.
As a voice-over artist for radio and television, he has been the voice of the Pilsbury Doughboy, Crispy, (the Rice Krispy M&M), and the voice of the leprechaun for Lucky Charms cereal. He has also appeared on television advertisements for The History Channel, AMC, A&E, and Nick at Night, Smirnoff Ice and AIG.
Schein has appeared on Saturday Night Live, Law & Order, Royal Pains, Boardwalk Empire, and in The Stepford Wives, Dark Room and The Orphan King. Schein recently began a regular series of shows at the Metropolitan Room " Mr. Catskills!"
Jeff Macauley has been singing in clubs from Los Angeles to New York since 1990.
Jeff was nominated for 2018, 2017 and 2016
MAC Awards for Male Vocalist and has been
nominated for six BroadwayWorld.com cabaret
awards for his shows “Where Did The
Gentleman Go? The Songs of Bobby Troup
and the Life of Scotty Bowers,” “Hollywood
Party: Movie Songs 1928-1936,” “It Was Me:
The Lyrics of Norman Gimbel,” “Mr. Lucky:
The Songs of Henry Mancini,” and “Le Grand
Tour: The Music of Michel Legrand.”
In 1998, Jeff received Backstage Magazine’s
Bistro Award for Outstanding Theme Show
for “MWAH! The Dinah Shore Show” which was successfully revived in 2016 in honor of Miss Shore’s centenary. “It Was Me: The Lyrics of Norman Gimbel,” is also available as a studio recording at cdbaby.com and through iTunes and Amazon.
Jeff is thrilled to be singing at CabaretFest for the third time.
Marieann is excited to be making her Provincetown Cabaret Festival debut!
The New York Times says… ”Marieann Meringolo, a singer who bears some physical and vocal resemblance to Barbra Streisand, delivers songs about love lost and strength found…sung in grand style.”
She is a native New Yorker who has been called “One of the circuit’s most powerful singers,” and “If K.D.Lang’s DNA were to get whipped together with Barbara Streisand’s in a genetics lab specializing in divas, the result might well be Marieann Meringolo” by Time Out New York. She is a MAC Award-Winning Recording Artist as well as a Back-Stage Bistro Award- Winner for “Outstanding Vocalist.
BroadwayWorld.com also said…in nominating Marieann’s Alan & Marilyn Bergman show “Between Yesterday and Tomorrow” presented at Feinstein’s 54 Below for BEST TRIBUTE SHOW, “If you don’t do it brilliantly it isn’t worth doing at all…Ms. Meringolo’s powerhouse interpretation makes full use of the dramatic Bergman lyric.”
She performs in New York’s most celebrated venues, has toured with the late comedian David Brenner and headlines on cruises around the world.
Michael & Mardie Millit
'Michael & Mardie Swing the 60's'
Michael Garin and Mardie Millit serve up a 40-oz. tallboy of musical innuendo, pick-up lines and clever repartée that goes down with surprising ease. In the best tradition of piano bar, these neo-modern
lounge artists don't fight the scene—they
Self-described as "Steve and Eydie meet The
Three Stooges," the Manhattan piano/vocal
duo have been known to stir up delicious
mayhem wherever they go. For years they've
held forth in some of Gotham's swankiest and
most notorious clubs and boîtes, from the VIP
Room at Limelight to the Rainbow Room, the
Monkey Bar and Birdland.
Now they pour out their massive and eclectic repertoire, spanning cultures and eras, at several venues around Manhattan and on their album, "Hey, Look! It's Michael and Mardie!" (available for streaming and download at all the usual outlets). Their long-standing engagement at the legendary hotspot Elaine's turned Sunday nights into a veritable who's who of literary, showbiz and political misbehavior. Michael is currently holding forth as the house pianist at the Roxy Hotel in Tribeca, and Mardie is working on a solo show combining the works of Fred Rogers and Stephen Sondheim.
Rich White - A Broadway Baby, All Grown Up?
Rich White got his start at age 7½ as he joined the already running cast of “The Sound Of Music” on Broadway as Kurt Von Trapp with Mary Martin, leaving a year later to “Sail Away” with Noel Coward and Elaine Stritch. He then joined the National Tour of “The Sound Of Music” as Fredrich Von Trapp with Florence Henderson as Maria. In 1963 he returned to Broadway as one of Fagin’s Boys in the original American production of “Oliver!”.
Locally, he received a Best Supporting Actor Award from the Independent Reviewers of New England for his portrayal of President Roosevelt in “Annie” at the Turtle Lane Playhouse and he also toured American military bases in Germany, Italy and Spain for the USO in the one-man play “Clarence Darrow”.
Rich is happy to be returning to the Provincetown Cabaret Fest this year.